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NOTRE[ DAME TEAM
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ing minuites of thfe fray. They ran up
11 points to sib: for the opposition in
the five or SIX minutes they were in.
Probably. theo ottstandfi, feature of
the play from the Michigan stand-
point was the machine like combina-
tion play of the entire Michigan first
team. In the. first half they were able
to shoot almost at will and were suc-
cessfu~l with a majority of their. at-
tempts. On the defense the Wolver-
ines were so effective that Notre Dame
dlid not get more than four shots at
the hoop. Paper played running
guard withf the speed that character-
ized his work last season and brought
the crowd to its feet several timges
with brilliant individual plays or un-
usual passes under the opponents'
basket.
Ely did not register the phenomiina]
shots from all parts of the -floor that
miade his play so spectacular last ses,-
son but on the other hand was so es-
sential to the floor play that his ab-
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enewould have cost the team many that made their attack futile; their of-!RfreYonIloiWsey ;E
points. He combined with Haggerty,. forts seldom working the ball down Refre, Mioun, Illinois Weslyan; Valuable Indian
sophomore playing his first Varsif under the basket and their long shots Uire ilrIlni Wsoa.R lc x iited1
game, to give Miller mhany of his op-. usually going wvild.
portunities to score. Haggerty count-' This will be the' last game for the! NEWY ASKET3A L In Local 3fuseum 'n:I
ed three il ol isl adpa-Mcia ea ni a.3 hntheMXNA GER NAM.VED1;
ed a remarkable game sat right pfor-, Michigan Agge five comeIs to Ata-te r-Ininmnalgclrisofon
.!wardc. He is a fighter, a tricky man man gymBr .Fbl.'3,hsbe p sdrbevle eetydntd t
wvith the ball, and as elusive as any! The lineups:BetE eee'2Bhabena- sdrblvaurcnldoae to"fradothflolatngtMah;M.4hg .0,eIi }cponebaktalmngrorhste Uvriybyheaiyofhe.
er Ims developed a man here who will Miller......L... ....ane year it was announced b~y the Board'
fit in nicely and make the MichiganI Haggerty.. ...R.F.......Sheehan of Athletic directors' yesterday, le'atenWili . nl ?er, of Det~rot, e
f atackone of the most complicated in Ely .. C ....Reardon is to fill the vacancy left by the inel-' ooial uem
the Conference., Paper .......... R.G. .. .Kie~ gblt ftepeetmngreet The collection, which is composed
Kalzr Strs or Ntre aneentirely of American specimens. 'mo: t,
t Kaizer, running guard, was the most I Substitutions:. Michigan, Stegmieier ostip f Cu Wl M which conic from Mich igan, in-
effective of the Notre Dame players, for Miller, Henderson for Haggerty, A social will be held by the Cosmo- celudes interesting flint arrowheads,
. registering three spectacular shots . Bukema for; Henderson, Emery_ for I politan club at 8 o'clock this. evening, spears and knives. There are also3
- from- the center of the floor and play- Ely, McGregor. for Birks, Landre for in Weslev hall. The program will con-1 grooved -and ungrooved axes andI
- ing a strong offensive game. The vis-..McGregor, Kresbach for Papser, Mil-. sist of short speeches on "First Lu-! hatchets" as wvell as several pipes of
itors showed. a lack of term swork 1er for 'Stegmneier, Birks for Landr e, pressions' of America' by students varying ages.
t_______________ Paper for' Kresbach, Ely for Emery,! from six different nations,; and native "Some of the specimens illustrate
-- = Haggerty for Bukema, Cappon for !music by members of the club dressed unusual skill and patience 'in work-
u Birks. Notre Dame, Logan for Kane, in native costumes. An initiation of I manship," said :Dean W. B. Hins-
t ~Mahoney for Logan, Enright for ronw, members will follow, dale, custodian of archaeology in the
t ~Sheehan, Miller for Reardon.I - ----f museum. "The materials indicate an
Goals from field: Miller '7, Hggery j Aiibs 4dr Ssails for iTJ3t~d tiales asscmblage from widely distributed
3, Ely 1, Pape 2, Baizer 3, Eriht2 Rome, Dec. .-Prince Caet ni, amn- iisflicts so far as the reck forma -
Free throws: Miller 14 out.-of".19; bassador to ih United States, has 1,fim is concerned."
1!rKaizer 13~ out of-.20. sailed for America., Mr. Candler had two sons who were
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enrolled ill.thle University, Henry F.
and George V. Candler. They were
both in the class of 1892.

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UMBRELLAS
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Wh'lerever you go you wvill.
be better off menteally and
physically, :after a game
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FOR SASE
fFOR SALE-Balance Medical l"ibrary
25 cents each. Also choice literary.
sets. Mrs. Fraser, 16 South Wash-
ington Street; Ypsilanti, Michigan.
Phone 674-M. 65-3
FOR SALE-Persiaft kitten and one'
2 yo4r old male. Phone 516-R, 511
Chd3ver court. 64-2
FOR SALE--Michigan Banners, Pen-
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1341 Wilmot.643
FOR SALE-Ford Sedani of June 1922.
Call Williams 2619. 64-31
FOR SALE-Ford Coupe In fine con di-
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WANTED-A Rider Pen' which fails
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WANTED-A C-Melody Saxophone.
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both i.me and money by doing you r Chris tmas Shopping here.

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See the W nderful Talking Dolls, the Electric Trai that-(Yoe-sthrougIha Tunnel.

LOST-Basket ball shoes in Gym newt .ROOMMATE -WANTED'--Quiet house.
locker 737. Will finder please noti- 1207 Willard. Phone 1020-.T. 65
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Call Mrs. Ted Bank, 2845-W. .64-2. Rider's 200 drop capacity Master-
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LOST-Gold fountain pen between campus? 'There is a reason. Call
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LOSTChiPsibade. Nme n bck. Students' Dining Rooms will be
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FORL SALE-A Remington portable
typewriter in excellent condition.
Pricea reasonable. Call evenings.

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FOUND-On Washtenaw in front ,of
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of glasses in a leather case with a
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